Whilst hybrid working seemingly meets the demands of workers for greater flexibility, prolonged remote working can create a more disconnected and distracted workforce. To avoid this, employers need to make office working more appealing to their staff.
In a new expert commentary piece for CoStar, OSC’s Managing Director, James Carver, sheds light on why improving workplace cleanliness is critical to getting workers to return to the office.
This piece highlights how office hygiene gripes have only been exacerbated by the pandemic, and that employees now have much higher expectations around the maintenance of workplace facilities.
James points out that whilst employers are implementing a range of strategies – such as workplace experiences - to encourage workers back into the office, the widespread concern around cleanliness should be enough for workplace hygiene to take centre stage in efforts to drive office working.
You can read James’ article in full here
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